bottlenose dolphin


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bottlenose dolphin

any dolphin of the genus Tursiops, esp T. truncatus, some of which have been kept in captivity and trained to perform tricks
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The behaviour and feeding ecology of the Pacific coast bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus.
She said the survey was conducted in partnership with the Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute in Spain, using the latest technologies to ensure that the conservation programme as a whole is being implemented within international standards.
Two bottlenose dolphins were seen leaping and playing in the strait near the Menai Bridge again, impressing onlookers who witnessed the incredible sight.
Bottlenose dolphins normally inhabit temperate and tropical waters though a small population of around 200 is known to call the North Sea home.
The pod of bottlenose dolphins was captured on camera by Lauren Southern, who later posted the amazing footage on social media site Twitter.
<B Clet - a bottlenose dolphin - pictured off Ramsey Island on July 19 Ffion Rees / Falcon Boats
Bruno Diaz Lopez, the chief biologist and Director of The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute (BDRI) in Spain, said the findings have evoked scientific interest worldwide.
In January last year, at least 17 injured bottlenose dolphins were found beached in the coastal areas of the Lingayen Gulf from Alaminos City in Pangasinan to Aringay town in La Union.
A total of 937 hours were spent searching for coastal bottlenose dolphin resulting in 209 sightings, 82.78% of which were conducted in good weather conditions (Beaufort scale 2 or less).
She spoke to the GDN after the Supreme Council for Environment (SCE) found the carcasses of a seal, a baby bottlenose dolphin and a sea turtle during a site visit near the northern coast of Bahrain last week.
Researchers from Sea Watch Foundation have been seeing all sorts of naughty antics amongst the bottlenose dolphin community in Cardigan Bay.